AV6.44.3 रुद्रस्य मूत्रमस्यमृतस्य नाभि: | विषाणका नामवा असि पितृणां मूलादुत्थिता वातीकृतनाशनी || अथर्व 6.44.3  

हे गोषृङ्गोदक , गोमूत्र तू सब रोगाणुओं को नष्ट  करने वाला चिरस्थायी जीवन का आधार है. तू विशेषतया रोगों का विभाग करने वाला है, इसी लिए विषाणक नाम से भी जाना जाता है.  पितरों के कारण होने वाले अर्थात अनुवांशिक रोगों को तथा वात रोगों का नाश करने वाला है. 

Why Alzheimer , Parkinson, Senile dementia  brain related problems are increasing today? 

Research has shown that pesticides and other agricultural chemicals are neurotoxins and can cause disruptions to your neurological system and your brain. The reason why neurotoxins still enjoy widespread use on our fresh food supply is really more about the bottom line for farming operations than it is about the science of human health.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) considers 60 percent of herbicides, 90 percent of fungicides, and 30 percent of insecticides to be carcinogenic. All of these toxins are permitted on conventional farms, and any number of them can end up on your plate when you purchase conventionally-grown fruits and vegetables.

The increased use of genetically engineered Bt hybrid plants1 and soil insecticides also increases the chemical load in food — particularly processed foods.

These man-made neurotoxic chemicals can bioaccumulate in your body, as they resist breaking down in water and also accumulate and store in fat, where they can remain for long periods of time.

In short, this means your body has a very hard time getting rid of them once they enter your body. The answer, of course, is to limit your exposure as much as possible, giving your body a chance to eliminate the toxins you do inadvertently ingest. One food that can help with detoxification is fermented foods. 

Take more fermented milk products such as curds- lassi.

And unless you are sure that you are getting genuine organic stuff, consider to clean your fruits and vegetables by the following suggested methods.;

Washing pesticides/bacteria from fruits and vegetables

Washing Fruit and Vegetables with Detergent

Agricultural pesticides do not come off with water alone. Luckily just by adding washing-up liquid (detergent) to water and generously swishing the fruit or vegetables around for a couple of minutes can often lift off much of the pesticide residue.


Alternatively to avoid use of detergents following can be tried.

1. 1 tablespoon of lemon juice, 2 tablespoons of baking soda, 1 cup (250ml) of water. Put the mixture in a spray-topped bottle. Spray the fruit or vegetables, leave to sit for 5–10 minutes, then rinse well.

2. 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 2 tablespoons white vinegar (distilled works best), 1 cup (250ml) water in a spray-topped bottle. Spray the fruit or vegetables, wipe and eat.

For particularly waxy fruit or vegetables, try this mixture:

3.    1 cup (250ml) water, half a cup (115ml) vinegar, 1 tablespoon baking soda and dash of grapefruit seed extract. Spray this onto the produce and leave for an hour before rinsing and eating.